- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Esther left and 5 of us went diving/snorkelling. Mel and Ivo snorkelled and rest of us dived. Met Harsha, guy from Croydon really nice guy. He went diving too. Dives off of cano island. Had been told by Jimena loads of life and potential bull sharks and hammerheads. Unfortunately didn't see either however did see dolphins on the way to islands. Really good day only downside was both times u didn't have 3000 psi, second dive ...
... Wildlife Safari where we hoped to see sea birds, dolphins and whales. We did see a lot of frigate birds, brown pelicans, brown boobies and 3 pods of dolphins but no whales. I can now add brown boobies to my life list. We spent about an hour on a beautiful sugary black sand beach in a bay backed by the jungle. We had fresh fruit treats and our guide found some fruit-nose bats in an old abandoned cabin. ...
... rumbling noise started which reached a crescendo in a couple of seconds. It sounded and felt as if a train were roaring through the house as the whole verandah shook, groaned and creaked. It was an earthquake, which, although dramatic, ended by the time we had realised what was happening and considered running to stand under a doorway. There was a less dramatic after-shock an hour later. Costa Rica averages a quake each week somewhere in the country.
... plastic cover who's title read "Teen Study Bible". Well I wasn't a teenager in years, but may as well have been judging by the condition of my health - mentally, emotionally, spiritually.
Odds are, if you have never opened up a Bible before, or if you open it up everyday, you'll land in the powerful book of Psalms. Read it. This was my hope, this was my comfort, this was my renewal. The previous 6 years of my wretched life came ...
... of course, it wasn't like we were just walking along the trail and seeing animals on either side the whole time. But there was something rewarding and fascinating about seeing them in their natural habitat. Mom and I loved it. We thought it was well worth the $80, considering the long boat ride and great guided tour.
One thing I'd do though is wear socks! I got bug bites all over my ankle despite all the Deet.